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The Guinness Lake in Wicklow Mountains

Lough Tay lake
Hello nomads! It's been awhile and now I think I should post more often because every penny I pay for my domain (the dotcom thing) seems to be wasted. hahaha kidding!


Now, as part of my plans in the year 2018, my goal is to travel more and to visit all the counties here in Ireland. Fingers crossed for me to achieve this idea. *wink* 

To start with, let me share my experience in Wicklow. It is one of the 32 counties in the Republic of Ireland and the last county that was formed, as late as 1606. It belongs to the province of Leinster in the middle-east region of the country.

View from our bus 😁
There is a lake that can be found in the Wicklow mountains that captivated my heart, named Lough Tay. It is situated in Sally Gap of County Wicklow which is famous for its Guinness-like complexion and for this, it is also known as The Guinness Lake.

Panoramic view
Its primary inflow and outflow is the Cloghoge river. Moreover, it is highly important to ask permission first before going closer to the lake.

How to go here?
1. Take a private car or
2. Avail a getaway package tour from varioustour agencies.



Cheers! 😉
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2 comments:

Youngcampbellau said...

I didn't know Ireland has so many countries.

Is there no any other chance to get there through public transportation?

TravelwithChamz Chamen said...

youngcampbell- hehe it's county not country. hehehe it's their term for province here in Ireland hehe

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